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The scale was originally published without suggested questions for clinicians to use in gathering the information necessary to rate the items.
Structured and semi-structured interview guides have been found to improve reliability with other scales. Method: A total of test-retest interviews were conducted by 81 rater pairs. Each patient was interviewed twice, once by each rater conducting an independent interview. All ten items had good to excellent interrater reliability.
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Montgomery–Åsberg Depression Rating Scale
It was designed in by British and Swedish researchers as an adjunct to the Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression HAMD which would be more sensitive to the changes brought on by antidepressants and other forms of treatment than the Hamilton Scale was. The overall score ranges from 0 to The questionnaire includes questions on the following symptoms 1. Apparent sadness 2. Reported sadness 3. Inner tension 4.
Structured Interview Guide for the Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale (SIGMA)